Indicators

Dynamic Equivolume Bars

Developer: Indicator Warehouse

The Dynamic Volume Bars, made famous by Richard W. Arms Jr., visually displays price in a manner that emphasizes the relationship between price and volume giving a visual picture of supply and demand all communicated through a custom bar type.

The Dynamic Volume Bar combines price and volume in a two-dimensional candle instead of displaying volume as an “afterthought” on the lower margin of a chart.

The custom bar width adjusts in real-time according to the volume traded during that bar’s time frame.

The top line of the box is the high for the period and the bottom line is the low for the period. The width of the box is the unique feature of Dynamic Equivolume Bars–it represents the volume for the period.

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Requirements

An FXCM NinjaTrader account is required (including free FXCM demo accounts).

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